Monthly Archives: July 2012

Scott Hanselman shows Visual Studio 2012 new features

July 2012. Scott Hanselman gives the second day keynote for aspConf. In this session, Scott Hanselman starts by explaining the vision of One ASP.NET. He then shows a bunch of mind-blowing prototype features, and ends by answering dozens of live questions from the community. This is a must-see session that happens to be a ton of fun, […]

Unlearn your MBA and build real stuff – By David Heinemeier Hansson

David Heinemeier Hansson is the creator of Ruby on Rails, partner at 37signals, and among may things a race car driver. He is really brilliant, build some come really cool products using Ruby on Rails and has some pretty interesting ideas and views about business schools, starting companies, running them and building products that bring […]

.NET Debugging with Tess

If you work on .NET stack, you might have already encountered situations where your application, for some reasons is using a lot of memory. To investigate, we as developers, will most of the times, use Profilers tools. Profilers help troubleshooting those issues but what they mainly do is give information about memory allocation. What they […]